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Thread: British DPM Pack (100L?)

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    British DPM Pack (100L?)

    Hi guys,

    Selling this DPM pack, it was my first. Is pretty bullet proof. Has the additional side pouches which I think hold 25L each. Pretty userfriendly pack.

    I think I payed about $250/300 for it. $150 fair value?

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotsoup View Post
    Hi guys,

    Selling this DPM pack, it was my first. Is pretty bullet proof. Has the additional side pouches which I think hold 25L each. Pretty userfriendly pack.

    I think I payed about $250/300 for it. $150 fair value?

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    Genuine Brit army surplus or a webtex?

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    As far as I know it is genuine. It has an ex army signature on the inside of the bag.

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    Good packs, just don't pick it up by the top lid, the plastic buckles don't like it.... Damn things keep swallowing gear when loading up though

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    Stick it on trademe with "SAS Escape and evasion Bergen" as the header.

    $500 easy.

    Worth a try at least.
    "Sixty percent of the time,it works every time"

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    Hey mate bit cheeky offer but would you take $80

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    A bit cheap mate, it's a great bomb proof bag with the additional pouches. Prefer to keep it. Lowest I would go is $130

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    A bit cheap mate, it's a great bomb proof bag with the additional pouches. Prefer to keep it. Lowest I would go is $130 @Cody.a

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    I'll get back to you mate how many litres is the main pack you reckon?

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    Must be at least 65 I would say.. I'll find out

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    still up for grabs

 

 

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